Increased penetration of distributed energy resources into conventional power systems increases control challenges. These can be suitably met by microgrids. This paper examines the architecture of microgrids and reviews their classifications and the literatures discussing their control objectives during islanded mode. It finds the use of microgrids enhancing the conventional power system's grid smartness. It also summarizes microgrid control objectives and their most common problems and solutions.
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- School of Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science - Senior Lecturer
- Energy Power and Intelligent Control